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There's been a lot of controversy surrounding the $1.7B subsidy program, but very little is known about the actual recipients.
What business is Uber really in? Lawyer Dan Eaton gets to the heart of the Uber-driver-as-employee ruling.
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CNBC's Jim Cramer said Monday it was unusual for a company like Apple to alter one of its policies at the behest of an artist.
Shares of wearables maker Fitbit spiked more than 15 percent on Monday.
Ten planes and around 1,400 passengers of Polish airliner LOT were grounded Sunday after a major hacking attack jammed the carrier's systems.
The sliding utilities sector is staging a minor comeback. But some traders expect it won't last.
The prospect of a Greek exit from the euro zone just doesn't instill as much fear as it once did, Citigroup's Steven Englander says.
What was supposed to be a quick bathroom break ended up changing Jennifer Daniel's life forever, the Today Show reports.
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Bank-deposit outflows have tourists going to Greece worried about a currency crisis and a lack of liquidity. Here's what experts advise.
Jana Partners' action against ConAgra on Thursday is the latest of many moves by activists against large companies. Who will be next?
Technical analyst Todd Gordon explains why the chart of the Nasdaq 100 ETF looks poised to breakout.
Allowing the export of U.S. crude would help level the playing field against foreign producers, oil billionaire Harold Hamm tells CNBC.
As Apple Watch sales ramp up and Fitbit's IPO generates buzz, Pebble has a trick up its sleeve. Its new watch is now selling at Bestbuy.com.
Global markets cheered on Monday, as Greece made a last-ditch offer in a desperate effort to avoid defaulting on its debt.
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As U.S. auto sales have surged to a near-record level, critics have suggested the boom is being fueled by sales to subprime buyers.
A Supreme Court case threatens to unwind some of the gains in insured rates and uncompensated care costs states have reaped under Obamacare.